4606 5th Avenue, 4L

Sunset Park, Brooklyn

The Basics

This is my exclusive listing
Unfurnished Only
$2,099per month
Earliest Move-In
1 month min
Earliest Move-Out
May 05, 2020
Latest move-out:
Open Ended
Last Updated
May 03, 2019

The Basics

This is my exclusive listing

Listing type:

Standard 12 Month Rental

Posted by:

Agent/Broker [Keller Williams NYC]


Agent #2:

Alexander Pitsirilos, 646-677-XXXXClick to view Call


Unfurnished Only

Kind of building:


Opportunity to renew:

Probably. Please confirm.

Brokerage Fee:

The poster of this listing is charging a brokerage fee.

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  • Washer/Dryer in Unit
  • Pet Friendly
  • Walk-up

Property Details


Pet Friendly! Spacious newly-renovated 2 bedroom apartment in Sunset Park! Minuets from shopping, dining and public transit.

Apartment features:

Exposed Brick

Hardwood floors throughout

Large eat in Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances, lots of counter space, storage and dishwasher!

Full bath with soaking tub

Washer Dryer in unit

Spacious bedrooms

Great Closet Space

Spread along a slope with wide views to the west, Sunset Park is bounded roughly by Green-Wood Cemetery and 36th Street; Ninth Avenue; 65th Street; and Upper New York Bay. Stores pack busy avenues, and along the side streets are lines of largely intact two- and three-story rowhouses. Most date to the early 1900s. Co-ops, generally east of Sunset Park, also exist, most of them walk-ups. Condos also pop up and are sometimes much taller than the existing low-slung skyline, but now, in most residential areas, nothing can be built taller than 80 feet; in some sections, the limit is 35 feet. In 2013, the average sales price of townhouses was $746,000, according to data supplied by StreetEasy, while in 2015, that figure had shot up to $984,000. Co-ops sold at an average of $365,000 in 2015, compared with $271,000 in 2013, StreetEasy said. Condos, meanwhile, jumped to $388,000 in 2015 from an average of $277,000 in 2013. Rentals, which are usually found in townhouses, start at $1,500 a month for one-bedrooms and at least $2,000 for two-bedrooms, according to public data. The D, N and R train service the area. A trip to Midtown takes 30 to 40 minutes.

Sunset Park, Brooklyn (NYC) Building Address For Rent: 4606 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11220. We are #1 in furnished short term rentals and furnished short term sublets

$2,099per month 1 month min
Earliest Move-In
Earliest Move-Out
May 05, 2020
Latest move-out:
Open Ended

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